FOXBORO, MA – For a record-tying eighth time in franchise history – and the sixth with Tom Brady at quarterback – the New England Patriots are headed to the Super Bowl.
Brady threw three touchdown passes and LaGarrette Blount rushed for three more as New England blew out Indianapolis 45-7 in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.
The defense allowed just 209 yards of total offense to Andrew Luck and Colts offense and forced three turnovers.
Kevin Kugler and James Lofton called the action on Westwood One.
(LeGarrette Blount’s TD run opens the scoring)
(It’s 14-0 as Tom Brady hits James Develin for a TD)
(A Zurlon Tipton TD run gets Indianapolis on the board)
(Brady hits offensive lineman Nate Solder for a 24-7 lead)
(Rob Gronkowski hauls in a TD pass and it’s 31-7 New England)
(Darrelle Revis picks off an Andrew Luck pass as the Patriots start to pull away)
(It’s 38-7 on Blount’s second TD run)
(Blount caps the scoring with his third TD of the night)
(The final call as New England advances to Super Bowl XLIX)
(Darrelle Revis’ postgame interview with Westwood One sideline reporter Tony Boselli)
(Postgame recap from Kevin Kugler and James Lofton)